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Houston-Galveston-Brazoria: Contacts, Related Links

How to contact the TCEQ, contact local planning groups, and access other helpful links.

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Designated Air Quality Planning Groups

Houston-Galveston Area Council Exit the TCEQ
The H-GAC is the region-wide voluntary association of local governments in the 13-county Gulf Coast planning region. It serves as the instrument of local government cooperation, promoting the region’s orderly development and the safety and welfare of its citizens.

Regional Air Quality Planning Advisory Committee Exit the TCEQ
Appointed by the H-GAC board of directors, the Regional Air Quality Planning Advisory Committee (RAQPAC) is composed of personnel from local government agencies, citizen groups, and representatives of business and industry. TCEQ staff are involved as non-voting members, whose main purpose is to provide information and technical assistance. The RAQPAC assists and advises the H-GAC, regional and local governments, transportation organizations, and other agencies on air quality issues.

The HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP Stakeholder Group is open to the public; therefore, anyone who wishes to join the group may attend the meetings. The group meets periodically to discuss the development of the HGB Eight-Hour Ozone SIP and to hear the public’s ideas on potential control strategies for the area.

Related Links

Air Quality Modeling Data and Analyses for the HGB area

Southeast Texas Photochemical Modeling Technical Committee

Houston Small Business Advisory Committee